One-time frontrunner Joe Biden is reportedly “shuffling his campaign leadership” just days ahead of the New Hampshire Primary; hoping to turn around his failing campaign after finishing in fourth place in Iowa.
“Joe Biden is reorganizing his top presidential campaign leadership after a fourth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, elevating Anita Dunn to a role that effectively puts her in charge of his third White House bid,” reports the Associated Press.
“Two people with knowledge of the decision confirmed that Dunn, once the top communications aide in President Barack Obama’s White House, would take on an elevated role, but that campaign manager Greg Schultz would retain his title. One of the people told The Associated Press that Dunn will have final decision-making authority. The people spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal campaign strategy,” adds the website.
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Source: Associated Press